Fiesta Inn and Suites
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... points down over the Coachella Valley/Basin from a very high level and did a walking trail.
Out of Joshua National Park, cutting back through the mountains - rocky and barren, small villages gradually changing to more built up areas and finally to agriculture as we got closer to the coast. California is number 1 for agriculture. We saw fields of berries and strawberries. ...
... the history of the Franciscans and present activity. Its such a great work they do! We then drove round to the botanical gardens for a sneak peek as paying to enter a garden, was not an option! After a few photos we hopped back in the car and drove around the centre of Santa Barbara. We anticipated only a short drive but sat nav had other ideas! Following sat nav's directions wasn't as easy as we'd first thought, ...
25 days left and I have to come back to Quebec. Wow! I cannot believe that I have been in California for 5 weeks already. Time goes by really fast now that I am used to being by myself. I have to admit that I don't really want to leave this city. Who would have believed that from the start? Not me.
These past Sunday and Monday were both really hot days. The thermometer went up to 87°F, which ...
... and separated them into teams to form a band. Each team had to decorate a concert banner together and come up with a band name and alter ego’s. They played Name That Tune where we played parts of 14 songs and they had to write down the title and artist of the song for band points. We even included a Backstreet Boys song as a bonus haha. The bands had a Just Dance face-off, too! It was a pretty loud night and we wound up having to use the microphone to get their ...
... 5 commercial
retail units that was required during development permitting because they front on main-ish artery zoned
for commercial activity. Now after 10 years the commercial areas have been paid
off from the rentals which will now contribute to the community's cash flow. A
lovely bunch of people, they remind me a lot of the Prairie
Sky folk with a nice mix of people with strong process skills
and processes. Aris Weaver who consults to ...